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Stallingborough site from the air
Advance notice: Major project to open up the access to Stallingborough business park starts on site in June

WORK to create access to a new multi-million-pound business park will begin early next month as the next phase of major improvements to the A1173 near Immingham begins. With the first phase at the CATCH roundabout just needing resurfacing before…

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Take a walk around Grimsby’s Heritage Action Zone

GRIMSBY’S history, on which a ‘Great’ town was built, is playing an integral role in multi-million-pound regeneration plans. Famed as a fishing port in the 1950s, it was the busiest and largest in the world and during that period the…

1 year ago
NELC Planning Committee approves waste-to-jet-fuel plant

North East Lincolnshire Council’s Planning Committee has approved plans for the UK’s first commercial waste-to-jet-fuel plant. The proposed Altalto Immingham plant is to convert hundreds of thousands of tonnes per year of non-recyclable everyday household and commercial waste, otherwise destined…

1 year ago
Construction of the new Stallingborough business park starts on site

A MAJOR milestone in North East Lincolnshire’s industrial transformation was taken this week as work started on a multi-million-pound build at the new Stallingborough Business Park. With flagship tenants, booming Lincolnshire firm myenergi, relocating to the new building the groundworks…

1 year ago
myenergi: the new tenants for Stallingborough Business Park

THE world’s renewable energy charge is being pioneered by two North East Lincolnshire entrepreneurs, who have grown a multi-million-pound business in just four years. In doing so, the founders of myenergi have placed this area at the forefront of the…

1 year ago
River survey this week in Grimsby

SPECIALIST survey work is taking place on a short stretch of the River Freshney this week, to determine how the riverside section of the West Haven Maltings buildings can be stabilised. Contractors, who will ensure they do not disturb the…

1 year ago
Painting a picture of Great Grimsby’s past and what its future holds

A ‘shout-out’ is being made for people to get involved in a new heritage and contemporary arts project as part of the town’s regeneration work. From today, individuals, groups and schools are being invited to register their interest in the…

1 year ago
White Palm on the North Promenade
Specialist fabrication company sought to build the White Palm

One of Britain’s best known tourist resorts is looking to team up with specialist contractors to build an iconic new structure to drive tourism. The White Palm is a proposal by Wolfgang Weileder for a new large-scale public sculpture for…

1 year ago
Big win for the SHIIP mitigation site

Work on a unique industrial and wildlife project in North East Lincolnshire has been rewarded with a prestigious national award, with judges praising their work as a blueprint for others to follow. The South Humber Gateway Mitigation Strategy, part of…

1 year ago
Thank you to our local businesses

Businesses in North East Lincolnshire which have gone the extra mile to help out in the current pandemic have been praised by the Council. The last few weeks have seen many businesses in across the area look at their operations…

1 year ago
Stallingborough site from the air
Work to restart at “CATCH” roundabout

MAJOR works to improve the main A1173 highway between the A180 interchange and the “CATCH” roundabout will start again this week, following their temporary suspension due to the COVID-19 crisis. From Wednesday, April 22, three-way traffic management will be reinstated…

1 year ago
Site clearance at Garth Lane completed

THE REMOVAL of old trees and undergrowth, which made up almost 17-tonnes of rubbish taken from a site in central Grimsby, will enable its complete transformation into a family space where natural habitat and biodiversity can thrive. With the Garth…

1 year ago
Early works to start on site at Garth Lane, Grimsby

WORK to transform a prime Grimsby town centre site is to start, as contractors take all the necessary precautions to comply with COVID-19 safety and hygiene restrictions. It has been confirmed that, with adequate supplies of the materials available, an…

1 year ago
Moody Lane improvement update

North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, have been in discussions with the Moody Lane contractor, CR Reynolds, to revise the works programme due to the COVID-19 impact on the supply chain. Works to complete the carriageway resurfacing…

1 year ago
Humber Bank Link Road
Humber Bank Link Road starting to take shape

CHANGES have been made to the works underway on a multi-million-pound new road, as the impact of the coronavirus crisis continues to be felt across North East Lincolnshire. As previously announced, all work will be halted for an initial four…

1 year ago
E-Factor launch single point of contact for business support

Helping businesses make the right decisions in terms of government support available is going to be key in the next few weeks after government rolled out a series of grants, loan options and wage subsidy for businesses large and small.…

1 year ago
Anchor tenant for Stallingborough Business Park announced

THE anchor tenant for a brand new building on the new Stallingborough business park has been announced today (25 March). myenergi, whose mission it is to promote green energy within the home and the electrification of transport through innovation and…

1 year ago
People walking across Garth Lane footbridge
Work starts on two Grimsby town centre projects

WORK is to begin in two popular Grimsby town centre areas, using trees to recreate the landscapes for the 21st Century. The removal of some old and damaged species starts later this month around the Garth Lane footbridge and in…

1 year ago
World renowned conservation architects appointed to take forward Kasbah plans

World renowned conservation architects and historic buildings consultants, Donald Insall Associates, have been appointed to take forward plans for a new creative workspace on the Kasbah on Grimsby docks as part of Grimsby’s Cultural Development Fund programme. Appointed following a…

1 year ago
Grimsby town centre receives multi-million pound regeneration boost

Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick visits Grimsby to announce over £3.5 million of new investment for the town Total investment now over £90 million to help reach targets of over 8,000 new jobs and nearly 10,000 new homes in Grimsby On…

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